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Sokołów Podlaski

Sokołów Podlaski

Sokołów Podlaski [sɔˈkɔwuf pɔdˈlaski] is a town in Poland, in Masovian Voivodeship, about 80 kilometers east of Warsaw. It is the capital of Sokołów County. Population is 18,434 as for 2004 (18,720 in 2013). First settlement in the 6th century. It received the city charter in 1424. The town lies on the Cetynia river. According to data from 2010 Sokołow had 18 481 inhabitants.The beginnings of settlement in this area dates back to 6th century AD. The Sokołów area belongs to that part of P...
All the Footprints You've Ever Left and the Fear Expecting Ahead

All the Footprints You've Ever Left and the Fear Expecting Ahead

All The Footprints You've Ever Left And The Fear Expecting Ahead is an album by Envy. It was released in Japan in 2001 by the label H.G. Fact in both CD and LP formats. Originally, the CD also saw a European release on France's Molaire Industries, and was distributed in the US on indie label Dim Mak. The album, along with A Dead Sinking Story, and Compiled Fragments 1997-2003, was re-released in February 2008 by the band's current US label, Temporary Residence Limited. The album has since bee...
SS The Ramsey

SS The Ramsey

SS or RMS The Ramsey was a passenger steamer operated by the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company from 1912 to 1914. She had been built in 1895 as Duke of Lancaster for the joint service to Belfast of the London and North Western Railway and Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway companies. The steamer was requisitioned by the Admiralty in 1914 as the armed boarding vessel HMS Ramsey and sunk the following year.Duke of Lancaster was launched on 9 May 1895 at the Barrow-in-Furness yard of the Naval Cons...
Solanum americanum

Solanum americanum

Solanum americanum, commonly known as American black nightshade, small-flowered nightshade or glossy nightshade is a herbaceous flowering plant of wide though uncertain native range. The certain native range encompasses the tropics and subtropics of the Americas, Melanesia, New Guinea, and Australia.The plant is widely naturalised around the Tropical Pacific and Indian Oceans, including Hawaiʻi, Indochina, Madagascar and Africa, possibly via anthropogenic introduction in these locales.Solanum...

Chris Tsangarides

Christopher Andrew "Chris" Tsangarides is a Greek Cypriot-British Grammy-nominated record producer, sound engineer, and mixer. He is best known for his work with many heavy metal bands, including Judas Priest, Anvil, Gary Moore, Thin Lizzy, Helloween, Angra and Yngwie Malmsteen. Tsangarides has worked with many pop and alternative artists as well, including Depeche Mode, Tom Jones, and Concrete Blonde.Chris Tsangarides learned to play piano as a child and studied trumpet at the Royal Academy ...
Springs, New York

Springs, New York

Springs is a census-designated place (CDP) roughly corresponding to the hamlet by the same name in the Town of East Hampton in Suffolk County, New York on the South Fork of Long Island. As of the 2010 United States Census, the CDP population was 6,592. Springs, along with the rest of East Hampton, boasts some of the world's most valuable residential real estate.According to the United States Census Bureau, the hamlet has a total area of 9.2 square miles (24 km), of which 8.5 square miles...

Li Shou

Li Shou (Chinese: 李壽; 300–343), courtesy name Wukao (武考), formally Emperor Zhaowen of (Cheng) Han ((成)漢昭文帝), was an emperor of the Chinese/Ba-Di state Cheng Han. He was the cousin of Cheng Han's founding emperor Li Xiong, but after he overthrew Li Xiong's son Li Qi in 338, he disassociated himself from Li Xiong's regime by renaming the state from Cheng to Han, and further setting up a different imperial ancestral temple. Traditional historians, however, did not consider his regime a separate ...
Pillsbury, North Dakota

Pillsbury, North Dakota

Pillsbury is a city in Barnes County, North Dakota, United States. The population was 12 at the 2010 census. Pillsbury was founded in 1911.Pillsbury is located at 47°12′22″N 97°47′40″W / 47.20611°N 97.79444°W / 47.20611; -97.79444 (47.206162, -97.794467).According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 0.26 square miles (0.67 km), all of it land.As of the census of 2010, there were 12 people, 8 households, and 4 families residing in the city. The population d...
2012 South Dakota State Jackrabbits football team

2012 South Dakota State Jackrabbits football team

The 2012 South Dakota State Jackrabbits football team represented South Dakota State University in the 2012 NCAA Division I FCS football season. They were led by 15th year head coach John Stiegelmeier and played their home games at Coughlin–Alumni Stadium. They were a member of the Missouri Valley Football Conference. They finished the season 9–4, 6–2 in MVFC play to finish in second place. The received an at–large bid to the FCS Playoffs where they defeated Eastern Illinois in the first roun...
Reichsbrücke

Reichsbrücke

The Reichsbrücke (German for Imperial Bridge) is Vienna's most famous bridge, linking Mexikoplatz in Leopoldstadt with the Donauinsel in Donaustadt on the other side of the Danube. It lies on an important axis leading from the city centre at Stephansplatz, through Praterstern, and on to Kagran in the north-east. The bridge carries six lanes of traffic, used by 50,000 vehicles daily, U-Bahn tracks, two footpaths, two cyclepaths and two utility tunnels.The first bridge to be built on the site o...
Beluša

Beluša

Beluša (German rare Bellusch, Hungarian Bellus) is a large village and municipality in Púchov District in the Trenčín Region of north-western Slovakia. It is located in the northern parts of the Ilava Basin and is one of the largest communities of the Považie region.The archaeological evidence shows that the village has been inhabited already in the Neolithic and early Bronze Age. It was mentioned for the first time in a written document in 1330. There is a Romanesque St Anne chapel from the ...
Stigliano

Stigliano

Stigliano is a town and comune in the province of Matera, in the Basilicata region of southern Italy.The town was founded by the Lucani, and later was conquered by the Greek colony of Metaponto. The name is most likely of Roman origin, stemming from the Hostilii family, who owned it. After the fall of the Western Roman Empire, it fell under the Lombards, and was part of the medieval Principality of Salerno. In 1070 it was given to the bishops of Tricarico.In 1274 King Charles I of Anjou gave ...
Prudence Liew (album)

Prudence Liew (album)

Lau Mei Gwan (Chinese 劉美君 Prudence Liew) is the self-titled debut album of cantopop singer Prudence Liew, released on December 23, 1986.While working as a film producer, Liew was faced with the task of coming up with a theme song to the movie Midnight Beauties (午夜麗人). The film company eventually decided to cover a Korean pop ballad called "Dear J" by Lee Sun-hee and have Liew write the Cantonese lyrics as well as perform the vocals on the track. The result was the lead single to the album, ti...
Ron van Teylingen

Ron van Teylingen

Ronald Nico "Ron" van Teylingen (born 28 July 1967, in Boskoop) is a sailor from the Netherlands, who represented his country at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona. Van Teylingen as helmsman in the Dutch Tornado with Paul Manuel as crew took the 6th place. Four years later at the 1996 Olympics in Savannah with crew Herbert Dercksen Van Teylingen took 9th place again in the Tornado.
PhotoLine

PhotoLine

PhotoLine is a raster and vector graphics editor for Windows and Mac OS X. Its features include 16 bits of color depth, full color management, support of RGB, CMYK and Lab color models, layer support, and non-destructive image manipulation. It can also be used for desktop publishing.PhotoLine is available in the following languages: English, German, French, Italian and Chinese.Native PhotoLine files have the file extension .PLD or .pld which is an abbreviation of "PhotoLine Document". It may ...
Empress Dowager Bo

Empress Dowager Bo

Empress Dowager Bo (薄太后) was an imperial concubine of Emperor Gao of Han (Liu Bang). She was also known as Consort Bo (薄姬) during the life of the Emperor, and more formally as either Empress Dowager Xiaowen (孝文太后) or (rarer) Empress Gao (高皇后). Despite being a concubine of lower standing, her son, Liu Heng, became Emperor Wen of Han, cementing her place in history. The year of her birth is not known. She died in 155 BC.The future Empress Dowager Bo's father, Gentleman Bo (薄翁), came from Wu Cou...
San Francisco Oracle

San Francisco Oracle

The Oracle of the City of San Francisco, also known as the San Francisco Oracle, was an underground newspaper published in 12 issues from September 20, 1966, to February 1968 in the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood of that city. Allen Cohen (1940–2004), the editor during the paper's most vibrant period, and Michael Bowen, the art director, were among the founders of the publication. The Oracle was an early member of the Underground Press Syndicate.The Oracle combined poetry, spirituality, and mult...
Sam Taylor (blues musician)

Sam Taylor (blues musician)

Sam Taylor (October 25, 1934 – January 5, 2009) was an American jump blues musician and songwriter.Taylor's more popular recordings included "Funny", "Drinking Straight Tequila", and "Voice of the Blues". He variously worked with Joey Dee and the Starliters, Otis Redding, B.T. Express, The Drifters, Big Joe Turner, T-Bone Walker, Sam & Dave, Tracy Nelson, Mother Earth, and The Isley Brothers. Taylor was inducted to the Long Island Music Hall of Fame.Born Sam Willis Taylor Jr. in Crichton,...
Tadawul

Tadawul

Saudi Stock Exchange (Arabic: السوق المالية السعودية‎‎) or Tadawul (Arabic: تداول‎‎) is the only stock exchange in Saudi Arabia. It is supervised by the Capital Market Authority. The Tadawul All-Share Index (TASI) reached its highest point at 20,634.86 on 25 February 2006. It lists 169 publicly traded companies (as of January 1, 2015). As of 3 April 2016, its trading hours are 10:00AM to 3:00PM, Sunday to Thursday.On January 26, 1994 the market value was 1,751.71. Below, Tadawul's Yearly Clos...
Italy at the 1997 Mediterranean Games

Italy at the 1997 Mediterranean Games

Italy competed at the 1997 Mediterranean Games in Bari, Italy.
Cooper Landing, Alaska

Cooper Landing, Alaska

Cooper Landing is a census-designated place (CDP) in Kenai Peninsula Borough, Alaska, United States, about 100 miles (160 km) south of Anchorage, at the confluence of Kenai Lake and Kenai River. The town was first settled in the 19th century by gold and mineral prospectors, and has become a popular Summer tourist destination thanks to its scenic wilderness location and proximity to the world-class salmon fishery of the Kenai River and Russian River. As of the 2010 census, the population ...

40th Japan National University Championship

The 40th Japan National University Rugby Championship (2003/2004). Eventually won by Kanto Gakuin University beating Waseda 33 - 7.Kanto League A (Taiko)Kanto League BKansai LeagueKyushu LeagueWinners of the first round go through to the group stage. Qualifying for the group round:Group round stage. Consisting of three rounds of matches with the top 4 qualifying for the semi-finals.Final Table from the pool stages:Kanto Gakuin University, Waseda, Hosei University and Doshisha University compe...

Commander Collins

Commander Collins (8 April 1996 – after 2004) was an Irish Thoroughbred racehorse and sire. He showed great promise as a two-year-old in 1998, winning the Superlative Stakes on his racecourse debut, taking second in the Champagne Stakes and then recording a seven length victory in the Racing Post Trophy. He never won again although he was placed in the Princess of Wales's Stakes and the Prix Foy as a four-year-old. He made no impact as a breeding stallion in a brief stud career spent in Japan...
Ewen Sinclair-Maclagan

Ewen Sinclair-Maclagan

North-West FrontierSecond Boer WarFirst World WarMajor-General Ewen George Sinclair-Maclagan, CB, CMG, DSO (24 December 1868–24 November 1948) was an officer in the British Army who fought in British India and the Second Boer War. He was later seconded to the Australian Army and served with the Australian Imperial Force during the First World War. During the latter stages of the war, he commanded the 4th Australian Division. After the war he returned to service with the British Army. He retir...
1978–79 Coupe de France

1978–79 Coupe de France

The Coupe de France 1978–1979 was its 62nd edition. It was won by FC Nantes which defeated AJ Auxerre in the Final.First roundFC Nantes v AS AngoulêmeAJ Auxerre v RC StrasbourgSecond roundAS Angoulême v FC NantesRC Strasbourg v AJ AuxerreFC Nantes v AJ Auxerre
Jamestown Foundation

Jamestown Foundation

The Jamestown Foundation is a Washington, D.C.-based institute for research and analysis, founded in 1984 as a platform to support Soviet defectors. Today its stated mission is to inform and educate policy makers about events and trends, which it regards as being of current strategic importance to the United States. Jamestown publishes numerous publications that focus on China, Russia, Eurasia, and global terrorism.The Jamestown Foundation was founded in 1984 after Arkady Shevchenko, the high...
Disney, Oklahoma

Disney, Oklahoma

Disney is a town in Mayes County, Oklahoma, United States. The population was 311 at the 2010 census. Despite its name, it is in no affiliation with the Walt Disney Company or Walt Disney himself.Disney is also known as "Disney Island" because it sits on an island at the southern shore of Grand Lake o' the Cherokees. Oklahoma State Highway 28 is the only road into and out of Disney. To get into Disney from the west, one must drive across the 1-mile long Pensacola Dam. To continue out of Disne...
Nancy Cox-McCormack

Nancy Cox-McCormack

Nancy Cox-McCormack, later Cushman (August 15, 1885 – February 17, 1967), was an American sculptor, writer and socialite. Between 1910 and 1953 she sculpted bronze and terra cotta busts and bas reliefs of more than seventy sitters, including such notables as social reformer Jane Addams, lawyer Clarence Darrow, poet Ezra Pound, Italian dictator Benito Mussolini, Spanish dictator Miguel Primo de Rivera and Indian politician Mohandas K. Gandhi. Of the works she is known to have created, the loca...

Kyle Hutton

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 27 August 2016 (UTC).Kyle Hutton (born 5 February 1991) is a professional Scottish association footballer who plays for St Mirren as a midfielder. He has previously played for Rangers, Partick Thistle and Dunfermline Athletic.Hutton made his professional debut for Rangers in the opening Scottish Premier League match of the season against Kilmarnock on 14 August 2010, coming on for James Beattie. He made...
Otep Shamaya

Otep Shamaya

Otep Shamaya is the lead vocalist of the nu metal band Otep.When interviewed by Becca Parry from Metalunderground.com on growing up in Los Angeles - Becca: Growing up in LA, what was that like for you? Otep: I was subjected to a lot of violence and poverty that I don't really care to focus on too much because I'm trying to get past that through art and music. Just becoming what it is that environment tends to create. It breeds violence and monsters and I would prefer not to fall into that tra...
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